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PB4/5/6 Push Buttons

A robust and elegant range of push buttons in a number of finishes to complement your lift decor.

PB4 – Black finish with Braille
Standard stock configuration:
Red full illumination (24v) / White half illumination (12v)
PB5 – Black finish non-Braille
Standard stock configuration:
Blue full illumination (24v) / White half illumination (12v)
PB6 – Stainless Steel finish non-Braille
Standard stock configuration:
White full illumination (24v) / White half illumination (12v)

Surface graphics
Symbols: Door close, door open, alarm, up and down
Other options are available upon request

A new range of push buttons incorporating the EN Buzz facility is now available.
No extra wiring on-site is required as the button comes complete with the circuit already incorporated.

PB4 Advantages

  • LED standard current 20mA (13-27mA / min-max)
  • 1 N/O contact as standard
  • Low profile 20mm
  • Plug & Play connectors complete with terminal blocks
  • 24v DC standard voltage
  • Tactile and Braille standard finish
  • Equality Act 2010 compliant*
  • 10m mechanical life-span operations
  • Meets EN81-70 standards

Range Features

  • Full common range of numbers in stock and supporting functions available in a number of attractive finishes
  • There is a matching range of keyswitches, rocker switches and indicators
  • Any LED configuration can be accommodated at short notice if required

Product Codes

  • PB4R_ -3, -2, -1, 0, 1-19, A, B,
    DO, DC, Call, Up, Down, etc.
  • PB4Y Alarm
  • PB4_ 0, 1, B, G, C, 2, 3 (Main Floor)
  • 2 Buzz (2 Floor Buzzer)
  • 4 Buzz (3-4 Floor Buzzer)
  • 8 Buzz (5-8 Floor Buzzer)
  • PB4 Alarm PCB
  • PB5B_ -2, -1, 0, 1-10, B, G, L, M, DO, DC,
    Call, Up, Down, etc.
  • PB5Y Alarm
  • PB5_ -1, 0, B, G (Main Floor)
  • PB6W_ G, 1-9, DO, DC, Call, Up, Down, etc.
  • PB6Y Alarm

*The Equality Act 2010 replaced the previous
antidiscrimination laws with a single Act. It
simplifies the law, removing inconsistencies
and making it easier for people to interpret and
comply with it. It also strengthens the law in
important ways to help tackle discrimination
and inequality. The Disability Quick Start
Guide informs you how the Equality Act 2010
changes how you should act in order to
prevent and address disability discrimination
and disability-related harassment when you
provide goods, facilities and services to the
public, for example as a residential care home,
community shop or after school club. These
parts of the Act came into effect on 1 October